When we were kids, back before the crust of the earth hardened, brownies were lunchbox fare. These days, there are probably few kids with brownies wrapped in wax paper in their lunch boxes. Shoot, few kids even have lunch boxes. We might be a tad out of date.
Still, we know people take brownies on the go: to church, work, the kids' soccer matches, or social gatherings. So in our on-going quest develop recipes for great chocolate recipes, we wanted to have one recipe that was a go-to for brownies that 1) travel well, 2) store well on the counter, 3) freeze well, and 4) are the exact median spot between dense fudgy brownies and airier cake ones.
As you can see, Bruce brought these to one of his knitting classes. Sure enough, they traveled well. And they stored well, too. At least, the one that was left over did!
Let's get to the recipe.